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  • Are young people leaving themselves at risk of flooding?

    According to recent figures from the Environmental Agency, young people in the UK may be leaving themselves at risk of flood damage. Around 75% of 18-24 year olds ...


    By AQUAREAD Limited

  • Hydrogeological risk assessment review

    Client: Waste Management Industry Location: UK Services: Hydrogeological risk assessment (HRA) review. Issues: Potential risk to groundwater, leachate levels and maintenance of hydraulic containment, regulatory compliance. Summary: ESI undertook the hydrogeological risk assessment review this ...

  • Ecological Risk Assessment

    In recent years, ecological risk assessment (ERA) has emerged as an important part of environmental protection programs. The following discussion provides a brief overview of ERA issues. What is ecological risk assessment? Ecological risk assessment is the practice of determining the nature and likelihood of effects of our actions on animals, plants, and the environment. ...

  • Doing the Deal Part 2: Property Assessments

    Providing support for major business transactions is arguably the most important strategic responsibility of an EH&S manager. The potential cost savings (if done correctly) or liabilities (if done poorly) can be enormous. A company may bet its future success on a single business acquisition or merger. Even purchases or divestments of plant and equipment can have a profound effect on a ...

  • Gas station risk assessment closure

    On behalf of a local developer, Troy Risk successfully obtained a No-Further-Action certification from the State environmental agency IDEM in just several months. The site historically operated as a gas station. Several subsurface investigations at the site confirmed that soil was impacted from an old petroleum release. The release was discovered in 1994 during collection of soil and groundwater ...


    By Troy Risk, Inc.

  • Use of acute and chronic ecotoxicity data in environmental risk assessment of pharmaceuticals

    For many older pharmaceuticals, chronic aquatic toxicity data are limited. To assess risk during development, scale‐up and manufacturing processes, acute data and physicochemical properties need to be leveraged to reduce potential long‐term impacts to the environment. Aquatic toxicity data were pooled from daphnid, fish and algae studies for 102 active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs) to ...


    By John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

  • Renewable Energy Projects on Contaminated Property | Managing the Risks Part II

    Part II of Renewable Energy Projects on Contaminated Property | Managing the Risks The First entry can be found at Part I Risk and Exposures in the Life Cycle of a Project The typical renewable energy project involves multiple parties: tax equity investors; equity investors; local utilities; engineering, procurement, ...

  • Financial risk assessment and management for contaminated land

    Dr. Simon Johnson, Managing Director of ENVIRON FRS, discusses how transferring, developing, or managing land, property, or assets harbors myriad opportunities for environmental liabilities that can ultimately result in significant financial ...


    By ENVIRON

  • PETRORISK: A risk assessment framework for petroleum substances

    PETRORISK is a modeling framework used to evaluate environmental risk of petroleum substances and human exposure through these routes due to emissions under typical use conditions as required by the European regulation for the Registration, Evaluation, Authorization and Restriction of Chemicals (REACH). Petroleum substances are often complex substances comprised of hundreds to thousands of ...


    By John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

  • Risk assessment and brownfields-determining exposure to site contaminants

    The USEPA’s Brownfields Program was developed to facilitate the rehabilitation of contaminated property for re-development. EPA has set forth criteria that must be met for a revitalized property to be used for residential, commercial or industrial purposes. The main thrust of these criteria is the long-term protection of residents or visitors (including shoppers and business employees). As ...

  • Quantitative risk assessment for contaminated sites in Spain

    Environmental Quantitative Risk Assessment is one of the key factors in the Decision Making Process for contaminated sites. Numerous decisions have to be made before, during and after conducting a quantitative risk assessment.Risk assessment is based on the information gathered previously: Historical information (Phase I) Site characterization (Phase II) Toxicological ...

  • Introduction to Phase One Environmental Site Assessment

    The Phase One Environmental Site Assessment is a must when purchasing property in New Jersey.  The phase one is the beginning of a process that will protect buyers from hidden environmental issues that may exist on or near the property in question. A Report and recommendations are generated which will help guide the property buyer about the risks that the property purchase may ...

  • Phase I and Phase II environmental site assessment

    Troy Risk was approached by Keep Indianapolis Beautiful, Inc. (KIBI) to complete a combination Phase I Environmental Site Assessment and Phase II Subsurface Investigation, on a multi-lot parcel that would be KIBI’s new headquarters building. Troy Risk performed the Phase I / Phase II on a not-for-profit basis in support of the merit of KIBI’s mission. The historical use of the ...


    By Troy Risk, Inc.

  • Integrated Environmental Risk Management in Real Estate Transactions

     Traditional risk management posits a rational, five-step process for managing risks. The outstanding differences between this traditional process and the environmental risk management process lie in the technicality and complexity of step one (identifying and analyzing environmental risk) and of the first part of step two (examining the feasibility of  alternative risk management, ...

  • Environmental risk management: Leaving little to chance

    Life is risky at the best of times. And identifying and managing risks – in the environment, industry and financial markets – has become a priority for business and governments everywhere. Everyone knows what can go wrong. Environmental accidents, corporate scandals and financial imprudence have rung up damage bills in the billions of dollars. So the heat is on to find ways to better manage and ...

  • SETAC workshop on the synthesis, characterisation, ecotoxicity, hazard and risk assessment of engineered nanoparticles

    At the beginning of January, I attended a three-day SETAC “summer-school” entitled ‘The synthesis, characterisation, ecotoxicity, and hazard and risk assessment of engineered nanoparticles’. The workshop was run in the School of Biomedical and Biological Sciences at Plymouth University. Attendees, from across Europe and even North and South America, represented a range of ...


    By WCA Environment Ltd.

  • Use of new scientific developments in regulatory risk assessments: challenges and opportunities

    Since the 1990 s, science based ecological risk assessments constitute an essential tool for supporting decision making in the regulatory context. Using the European REACH Regulation as example, this paper presents the challenges and opportunities for new scientific developments within the area of chemical control and environmental protection. These challenges can be sorted out in three main ...


    By John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

  • Environmental Health & Safety Liability Assessment Systems

    An excerpt from the book, "Information Technology Solutions for EHS Professionals," by Thomas J. Morahan, Vice President of EHS Technology at InteGreyted, International ...


  • InfoNet: Properties and Customers Affected by a Mains Repair

    Wallingford Software’s asset and database management solution, InfoNet, has multiple uses within a water company. This new series of articles examines practical uses for InfoNet within a utility, highlighting the processes that can be optimized. One key use for InfoNet within water distribution companies is as a tool to assist in planning mains rehabilitation work. As the utility can determine ...


    By Innovyze

  • Vapor Intrusion: Risks and Challenges

    Vapor Intrusion (VI), defined as the migration of volatile contaminants from the subsurface into the indoor air of overlying buildings, is a major and challenging environmental issue for both regulators and the regulated community—one that continues to elicit heated debate among stakeholders. Eight factors associated with the VI pathway that contribute to its challenging nature are discussed ...

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